Underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim Poisoned in Pakistan? – India’s Most Wanted Terrorist.

Underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim Poisoned in Pakistan? - India’s Most Wanted Terrorist.

Underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim has been hospitalized in Pakistan’s Karachi due to a serious health complication, sources said on Monday. It has been speculated that he was poisoned, but there is no confirmation of the same.

By Monday, he had been in the hospital for two days.

Dawood Ibrahim is being kept under tight security inside the hospital, and he is the only patient on his floor. Only top hospital authorities and his close family members have access to the floor.

Mumbai Police are trying to gain more information on the hospitalization of the underworld don from his relatives Alishah Parkar and Sajid Wagle.

Underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim Poisoned in Pakistan? - India’s Most Wanted Terrorist.

1993 Mumbai blasts mastermind and India’s most wanted Dawood Ibrahim has reportedly been in Pakistan for decades. The devastating bombings resulted in the killing of over 250 people and left thousands injured.

Underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim Poisoned in Pakistan? - India’s Most Wanted Terrorist.

Indian authorities have often said that they believe Ibrahim lives in Karachi’s upmarket Clifton area. But Pakistan has often denied his presence in that country.

In January 2023, his nephew told National Investigation Agency, he had remarried in Pakistan and, lives with his family in Karachi.

Dawood Ibrahim has a second wife, a Pakistani Pathan. Her name is Maizabin. He has three daughters Marukh (married to Junaid, son of Javed Miandad), Mehrin (married), and Maziya (unmarried), and one son Mohin Nawaz (married),” Alishah Parkar, son of Dawood’s sister Haseena Parkar, said in the statement, which is part of the charge sheet filed by the NIA in the case in November last year.

The D-Company has established a special unit to strike terror in the people of India by attacking eminent personalities, including political leaders and businesspersons, the probe agency further claimed.

Ibrahim and his D-company still control several criminal activities in Mumbai, including trafficking drugs, arms, counterfeiting etc., 10th edition of the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) cited. The report also cited that the criminal outfit has strong links with global terrorist groups, including al-Qaida.

The NIA also suggested in its charge sheet that he and his top aides control Pakistan’s Karachi airport.

More than a dozen terrorists, who were on New Delhi’s “most wanted list,” have been mysteriously killed in different parts of Pakistan over the past two years. The Pakistani government and the banned militant organizations associated with it have remained silent about these killings. The militants who were eliminated were affiliated with Lashkar-e- Taiba (LeT), Hizbul Mujahideen (HuM), the Khalistan movement, or Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM).

In the first two weeks of November, three senior Let/JeM terrorists, including a close aide of Maulana Masood Azhar and the chief recruiter of LeT, were shot dead. This series of assassinations began after a failed attempt on the life of LeT founder and mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, Hafiz Saeed, in Lahore in 2021. ‘The killings followed a similar pattern, where unknown individuals on motorcycles targeted militants accused of terrorism in India.

According to Pakistani intelligence sources, over the years, New Delhi has shared the names and whereabouts of several terrorists with Islamabad, and many of these individuals have been killed by unidentified assailants.

The reluctance of Islamabad to acknowledge the killing of these militants may be due to pressure from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

Pakistan has assured the international watchdog on terror financing and money laundering that it will take credible and sustainable action against terror groups operating within its borders. I l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l

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